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Just as it is untrue that mass shooters only use assault rifles and high-capacity magazines, it is also patently false to claim that the US is the only nation where mass shootings occur. The five deadliest mass shootings in world history all took place outside of the US. So did eight of the ten deadliest. So did 33 of the 50 deadliest mass shootings in world history.
It should here be pointed out that an estimated 94% of mass shootings occurred in places (schools, churches, stores) where guns are banned. Banning assault rifles outright would only stop the 14% of mass shootings in which the gunman used such a weapon, and even fewer mass shooters use high-capacity magazines.
In 1945 the United States began planning a massive assault on the Japanese home islands. Beginning on 1 November, an assault force of 14 U.S. Army and Marine divisions was designated to storm ashore on Kyushu, the southernmost of the home islands, in Operation Olympic.
The U.S. assault on Okinawa from April to June 1945 was to be the penultimate campaign of World War II, prelude to the final battle of the Japanese home islands. Many U.S. commanders believed that it would be a model for the invasion of Japan. The main island of the Ryukyu chain, Okinawa was only 350 miles southwest of Kyushu, within range of fighter aircraft based there. The island was Japanese territory, and the Okinawans were Japanese citizens, unlike the conquered peoples encountered in most previous Pacific assaults.
Thus, the natives fought with tenacity. At Okinawa the equivalent of fewer than three Japanese divisions, with no possibility of relief or victory, heavily pounded by U.S. aircraft and naval bombardment, had held out for more than 100 days against a larger U.S. ground force with massive close air support. Both sides suffered horrendous casualties. Even as the Battle for Okinawa was raging, evidence began to surface that the battle for the home islands would be even more savage.
The MAC-10 is unlocked at Rank 44. It costs $250,000. It pierces 1 zombie (2 with the AP rounds skill). Arguably one of the best weapons in the game, the MAC-10 has excellent damage (for a pistol), high mobility, unlimited ammo, a good clip size (100 with high-cap magazines), as well as a relatively quick reload. The MAC-10, however, is occasionally a letdown in the eyes of some players, due to it not being as powerful as an LMG, nor having the massive clip size of one, though it has infinite ammo, a much faster reload, and higher mobility than one. It is one of the last weapons unlocked (Rank 44). With a very high fire rate of 16 rounds per second, it outranks the Glock 20 and every single SMG (except the Minebea M-9 and ZCS Seizure). The rate of fire, damage, and pierce makes this weapon chew through crowds of swarmers and sprinters in seconds. Worth every dollar as a terrific sidearm. The MAC-10 has the same cost as the ARX160 and the M240 MAG, but is not as powerful as those guns.
Dr. Dre and ex-wife Nicole Young reached a massive divorce settlement Tuesday that will see Young walk away from their 24-year marriage with $100 million. Sources familiar with the settlement tell Rolling Stone that the two sides have finalized terms of their split, with the Death Row Records co-founder forking over more than one-fifth of his fortune and roughly half of his liquid assets. Young will be required to move out of their Malibu beach house by the end of the month but will keep a Rolls Royce, Range Rover, Escalade limousine, and Spyder motorcycle as well as all of her jewelry.
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Former UFC and mixed martial arts champion Conor McGregor was arrested in France Saturday in response to accusations of attempted sexual assault and indecent exposure, for which a complaint was filed on Sept. 10.
The attempted assault allegedly took place at a bar, according to TMZ, but no other details about the incident have been confirmed. McGregor is being held in custody on the island of Corsica, where he was vacationing, according to reporting from TMZ Sports.
So wrote William DuBose, the chaplain for the 2nd South Carolina, concerning the death of Lieutenant Colonel Franklin Gaillard at The Battle of the Wilderness. Franklin Gaillard, son of Thomas Gaillard, was born on April 26, 1829 on his father�s plantation near Pineville in what is now Berkeley County, South Carolina. Their French Huguenot ancestor had settled in South Carolina around 1685. With the soil depleted on the farm, in early childhood, his family moved to Alabama. He soon returned to the Palmetto State and lived with his uncle in Fairfield County. He attended the Mount Zion Academy in Winnsboro and like many of the officers of the 2nd South Carolina, he attended South Carolina College. Gaillard graduated with honors in 1849 as the class valedictorian. Almost immediately his friends and family from Alabama and South Carolina joined thousands of other Americans in heading west to California in search of gold. Like many of the 49ers, Gaillard did not strike it rich and he returned to his native state three years later. He began to put his life together in March of 1853 when he married the beautiful Catherine Cordes Porcher, a distant cousin. Three years later, she died leaving Franklin with two young children. Gaillard did not remarry and Catherine�s sister, Maria, helped raise the children. From 1853 until the outbreak of the Civil War, Gaillard�s strong states rights and secession views reached a large audience as editor of the Winnsboro Register and later the widely read Daily South Carolinian. His eloquent and opinionated writings were a potent force in shaping public sediment and rousing people to action. As the crisis mounted in Charleston Harbor in April of 1861, Gaillard enlisted as 2nd lieutenant in Company A, 2nd South Carolina Regiment. Unlike some, he proved as fearless and bold with the sword as he had been with the pen in helping to ignite the war. At the regimental re-organization in May of 1862, Gaillard was elected major. While descending Marye�s Heights at Fredericksburg on December 13, 1862, he was wounded slightly in the face and moments later more severely in the foot forcing him to seek medical attention. He returned from furlough in time to fight at Chancellorsville. On May 3rd, he commanded the skirmish line of Kershaw�s Brigade as it a